The One Nation senator was sued by Tony Magrathea for sitting in parliament while ineligible

Senator Malcolm Roberts has been forced to pay a $6,000 penalty and legal costs to a blogger who sued him for sitting while ineligible at the height of the constitutional eligibility crisis of the 45th parliament.

On 24 June the high court ordered Roberts to pay Sunshine Coast blogger Tony Magrathea the penalty for breaching section 44 of the constitution by continuing to serve as a senator while ineligible due to dual citizenship.

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